# I have a Sharp EL-1801P III. I want to make it so that when I type numbers in and his add it automatically puts the decimal in for me. For example if I typed in 3596 it would make it 35.96. Is this possible??

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Your calculator has a decimal counter (top center of calculator starting with the letter F654321A) for lack of a better name for it. Anyway mine is set at A. It puts the decimal in for me. I hope this helps you. if you haven't figured it out by now.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Decimal Problem

On the front panel is a section that reads F63210A. Place the selector to 2 and you will get your deminal point

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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### Decimal Problem

On the front panel is a section that reads F63210A. Place the selector to 2 and you will get your deminal point

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